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Gelli Baff Blue Lagoon
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- Turn bath time into fun time with Gelli Baff!
- Gelli Baff turns water into colourful goo, and then back again by using the included dissolver powder
- 100% safe bath time fun
- Completely harmless powder that doesn't stain towels, carpets or kids!
- Various colours and scents available
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Turn bath time into fun time with Gelli Baff! Gelli Baff turns water into colourful goo and back again - providing you with 100% safe bath time fun.
Simply fill your bath with 40 litres of warm water, sprinkle the goo former over the surface of the bath and leave it for two minutes. Watch in amazement as your boring bath water magically starts to turn into a fun, thick goo. Then stir well, get in and have fun! The goo is a completely harmless powder that soaks up 400 times its own weight in water. When the fun's all done, add the dissolver sachet and the goo disappears.
150g x Blue Gelli Baff Powder
150g x dissolver powder
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Top Customer Reviews
That said, as a one-off, my daughter loved it, and stayed in the gloopy stuff until it went cold. I did have to shower her off afterwards, and a few snotty granules did persist, but I'd say it was a success. It's not much like edible jelly, but at least this is enough to put most children off eating the stuff.
One quick word of warning - make sure that the bath you are using drains well beforehand. It it's slightly blocked, this could take a long time to drain... (I tried this product out whilst visiting grandparents)
...and a quick tip: A bit of extra table salt, dissolved in warm water may help to break up stubborn clots of gelli-baff at the end.
We had a child who brought a packet of this stuff with them for a sleepover. I hadn't seen any of the adverts so I had no expectations and just followed the instructions. Basically they just slid round on a 6cm layer of what looked like marmalade but they loved it. It wasn't so much gelli bath as gelli puddle, slide around and then shower.
DO NOT BUY GELLI BAFF UNLESS YOU HAVE A SHOWER as it is impossible to clean the stuff off the kids otherwise.
I have used gelli baff half a dozen times - mainly for kids sleepovers. I wouldn't recommend it for birthdays or any time you are in a hurry as it does take ages to clean the bathroom and the kids afterwards and be prepared for combing goo out of hair. We always use 2 packets and in our water area you can add more water than the instructions advise. It does thicken up after 5 minutes or so. For 2 packets make sure you fill the bath (plus essential bath mat) to waist height first and then evenly sprinkle the power over the bath surface. I have a child stand at each end of the bath and sprinkle the power over their half of the bath. Don't sprinkle the powder high up else you end up wth rather worrying dust clouds. Also never put one sachet in mix, than add more water and another sachet. If you do that the second sachet will not mix and ends up as hard, horrible lumps. The dissolver is just salt (I think) and doesn't turn the goo exactly back to water so a shower is necessary. I also find it quite drying on the skin so use a moisturiser afterwards.
My 3 and 8 year old love it and it is a huge hit with 8/9 year old sleepovers.Read more ›
It was great fun for both young and older children. Feels lovely and easy to make. We made two trays of it, one slightly stiffer with less water and one all lovely and squidgey and silky with lots of water. They played with it for about 2 hours (brilliant!), scooping it, standing in it, making 'goo castles' etc.
It took nearly 2 hours to clean up. I don't mind mess at all, but this was ridiculous! The reviews are right in saying that the dissolver doesn't get rid of it completely, so if you have delicate plumbing, i really would not recommend it. Definitely have extra table salt on hand (we made up about half of the goo and the 1 sachet of dissolver wasn't enough for this), and give it a while to work.
I will probably use it again, but definitely not inside and definitely not often!
Put the "neutraliser" in, nothing happened, ended up showering the grandchildren to get the mess of them, wish I never had bothered, kids very very disappointed.
If your child doesn't like gooy or is nervous let them stand outside of the bath and slowly get used to it, no one said you had to get in...but in our house the grownups argue over who is getting in to play! It has never stained, blocked our plumbing or brought our very sensative skin out in any rashes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son loves this great change for bath time and it cleared up no problemPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
If I could give it a zero star I would. Horrible stuff do not buy especially for girls as my daughter got a UTI from just one use of the stuff. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lots of fun, quiet messy but cleans up easily. Just take care as it does make the bath very slippery but dissolves and returns to normal once the fun is over. Would recommend.Published 8 months ago by busy mum
Was expecting a bathful of goo, all we got was a bathful of what felt like plastic beads. Simply felt like "heavy" water rather then the suggested slimy feel. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Matthew Bryant
Love gelli baff! My children always enjoyed it and I can't wait to see the what the children at school make of it.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer